Graphic Design vs. Web Design

I am new here at Bonsai and here's my little story.

I am not professionally trained in graphic design but somehow have become a "graphic designer" recently and a potential web designer. Thanks to Elliott for showing me a great video that discusses the differences between graphic design and web design. After seeing it, I feel like I am on my way to go for web design.

http://www.killersites.com/blog/2010/graphic-design-vs-web-design/

Yes. I am a newbie in design, and web design to be specific. Being with Bonsai, I could sense that I can always learn something new about design each time at this internship opportunity. At first, I was kind of overwhelmed by the amount of new stuff/books/ideas/terminology… but thanks to Google and Wikipedia, I am able to at least get a good start on what's going on with PNG, WYSIWYG and so on. Though what I will be doing here is more related to web design, I still find these skills and knowledge are valuable to my print design work.

Coming from a print-based world (CMYK-jpge-ai-pdf environment), I have to start thinking in the web-based design platform (PNG, CSS/HTML, file-size, loading time, usability, hierarchy and all that.) This is just the beginning of an extremely long list. But I am sure by the end of this internship, I might be able to know "enough" and call myself a web designer. Thanks to Bonsai, "Don't Make Me Think", and "Beginning CSS Web Development".

I am also telling myself to have fun and learn as it goes. So walk with me.

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At half-past eight the door opened, the policeman appeared, and, requesting them to follow him, led the way to an adjoining hall. It was evidently a court-room, and a crowd of Europeans and natives already occupied the rear of the apartment.

At half-past eight the door opened, the policeman appeared, and, requesting them to follow him, led the way to an adjoining hall. It was evidently a court-room, and a crowd of Europeans. At half-past eight the door opened, the policeman appeared, and, requesting them to follow him, led the way to an adjoining hall. It was evidently a court-room, and a crowd.

The donations increased due to the impactful user journey.

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